Cross Country Opens Season at Baker

Haskell Cross Country Sophomore runner Cameron Riley took 13th place to open the season at the Baker University Maple Leaf Invite. Riley finished the 5K with a time of 17:44. Riley commented on his performance, “I feel happy knowing I was able to medal but it gave me a sense of what needs to be Read More …

Volleyball Opens Season Defeating Sterling College

In their home opener Haskell Women’s Volleyball won decisively in three straight sets at Coffin Complex.  Haskell Volleyball (3-5) faced off against Sterling College (5-3) Friday night. Haskell jumped out to an early lead and never look back winning the first set 25-17. The second set would be a little closer, but with strong play Read More …

Cross Country Aims for Nationals

Cross Country is truly the sport for the insane. Over the past four years at Haskell, I’ve competed for our track and field team in a number of events and not once did I consider running cross country. On Monday, I had my first taste. With legs tightening, stomach cramping, and heart racing, I asked the nearest Read More …

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Inside the Ring of the Haskell Boxing Club You talk the talk, but can you fight the fight? The Haskell Boxing Club is taking on the battles inside and outside the ring. The organization began in 2002 and is as strong as ever. Club sponsor and Haskell Instructor Lucas Miller describes the club as, “An Read More …

Ottawa Track Meet Ends Successfully for Haskell

I am often asked the question what is it like to compete in track and field. I have competed in a variety of sports throughout my life ranging from football, basketball, baseball, and even mixed martial arts. The thing that separates track from any other sport is the level of perfection expected when you compete. Read More …

Haskell Track makes pit stop at Pittsburg State

Haskell Track & Field has been competing since the beginning of December and yet show no signs of exhaustion. Each one of our athletes has a fire in their eyes that has not strayed from the goals they have set for themselves this season. No matter what obstacles are thrown their way, they never seem to falter. For Read More …

Outdoor track season begins at Butch Reynolds Invitational

While most students were finishing classes and packing their bags for spring break, the Haskell track and field team traveled to El Dorado, Kansas to open their outdoor season on March 10th.  The team had an early start this season due to sudden schedule changes but was able to come together and push themselves into the finals at the meet sending six Haskell athletes Read More …

Punching the big ticket

All season the Haskell Indian Nations University women’s basketball team have been making big plays on and off the court. Boasting a record of 23-6, the whole team has been on the same page throughout the season. Coming off a regular season loss to the number four ranked College of the Ozarks, the team bounced back when starting Read More …

Pep rally gives Haskell women a warm send off

The Haskell community gathered in large numbers at Coffin Sports Complex to send the Haskell women’s basketball team to their next championship in Sioux City, IA to the NAIA Division II tournament. Haskell band played the fight song while the women came on to the court as the crowd cheered wildly. Student, Trey Dupris gave Read More …

A walk in her mocs: Haskell basketball player, Arnetia Begay

Arnetia Begay has given four great seasons to the Haskell Women’s basketball team and is not just your typical point guard. Standing at 5’4″ and hailing from Ship rock, New Mexico, Begay has been playing the game of basketball since the age of five and credits her parents as her biggest influence in life. Begay started her high school career playing Read More …